Biomass burning is behind Delhi’s poor air quality during winter, effect of Diwali fireworks does not last even a day: Finds IIT Delhi study
IIT Delhi study finds that biomass burning-related emissions rise steeply after Diwali, and effect of firecrackers vanishes within hours
Diwali festivities brings cheer as economy begins to revive as people go shopping a year after the celebrations were marred due to coronavirus pandemic.
According to the website, Diya, Sparkle, and Om are the most popular emojis on Diwali. Other relevant emojis for the festival include Hindu Temple, Pray, Fireworks, Sari, Indian Flag and more.
Bengaluru was illuminated with lights and firecrackers on the night of Diwali. A video captures the stunning visuals.
‘Hum sab lungs ke saath saans leta hai’: Anti-Cracker activist Roshni Ali returns after Naagin Dance, responds to question about Eid
Anti-cracker activist Roshni Ali on Saturday responded to a prominent Twitter user after he made a 'Bloodless Eid' jibe at her.
CAIT generated Rs 1.25 trillion worth business during Diwali setting a record trade figure in the last 10 years of Diwali.
Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai alleges that BJP instigated people to burst firecrackers on Diwali to cause pollution
Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai said that some people in Delhi burst firecrackers on purpose, and BJP was behind this
‘Leading souls down the wrong path’: Archdiocese of New York abused on social media for wishing people a blessed Diwali, deletes tweet
The Archdiocese of New York came under attack from Christian fanatics on social media for greeting Hindus during Diwali.
Muslims can’t wish on Diwali, endorse polytheist beliefs: Pakistan skipper Babar Azam gets slammed by Islamists for wishing on Diwali
The captain of the Pakistan cricket team, Babar Azam, was abused by Islamists for wishing people on the occasion of Diwali.
Chennai police crackdown on firecracker sellers and public for violating SC order on Diwali: Hundreds of cases filed
Chennai police have filed 758 cases against people who were caught bursting crackers violating the restrictions and have also booked 239 shops for breaking rules and selling firecrackers on Diwali.